Nearly 90 percent those surveyed for a new IBM Center report said their projects got media attention.
It's easier to recruit an insider than to hack from the outside, warns the former FBI man who had a leading role in catching notorious spy Robert Hanssen.
GAO auditors said that although the Census Bureau has made progress on the IT for the decennial count, several of the supporting projects have neither a schedule nor a detailed plan.
The number of federal agency data breaches involving personally identifiable information increased from 10,481 in 2009 to 25,566 in 2013.
The mission of the new Biological Technologies Office is to explore the intersection of technology and the physical sciences.
An uptick in attacks could be tied to the pending expiration of support for the Windows XP operating system.
Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske assured appropriators that his agency is moving ahead with cost-efficient programs to monitor borders and ports of entry.
Too much public data still flows through for-profit intermediaries, Spencer Rascoff said.
GSA's digital incubator program has some private-sector leaders wondering if the agency is encroaching on their territory.
Some scientists fear that advanced research in virology, genetics, and other areas could result in unintended discoveries with the potential for weaponization, aided by the lax cybersecurity posture of many academic and research institutions.
When GSA announced its in-house development startup, it got people talking, and not all the chatter was positive.
The Intelligence and National Security Alliance wants potential victims to pay attention to strategy rather than tactics.